SocialSex.com promises to help its users find a perfect match, flaunting their members’ count of over 65 million. But is this site a legitimate dating service as it presents itself, or is SocialSex.com hiding its online dating scamming techniques? Well, since many of our readers had the doubt, we promised to do a detailed review and reveal the truth. Continue reading to learn if you can trust SocialSex.com.
What we discovered?
Here are the main points of our investigation, which are explained more elaborately in the following text:
- SocialSex.com creates dating profiles which are not real site members
- The fake profiles are called “Online Emissaries” and they are the base of the scam
- “Online Emissaries” will send you messages and try to communicate with you
- You will be charged money to be able to communicate with site members
- Employees of the site send you messages and string you along to rip you off
1) Why does SocialSex.com fabricate profiles?
These profiles are completely made up and no single information they contain is real. SocialSex.com has the need to create such profiles in order to make the site seem full of members. Many members means many potential dates, and they understand this well. The fake profiles are connected with the “Online Emissary” service, which has its own section in the Terms and Conditions of Use document we found and read thoroughly.
2) Why does SocialSex.com need Online Emissaries?
Another way SocialSex.com uses its fabricated Online Emissaries is to send you messages. The scam gains even bigger proportions, since naïve and unexperienced site members may believe that real women are interested and flirting. But, make no mistake; all communications sent to you by the site’s profiles are completely computer-generated. This scam is easily detectable, because soon the correspondence between you and the Emissaries starts to make no sense. But, by then it may be too late.
3) What are you paying for and how much?
Well, if all the profiles you encounter on the site are completely made-up Emissaries and all messages you receive are sent by computer software, you are basically paying for nothing in return. Plus, the way the site leads you to give your credit card information is close to extortion.
Let’s say you have no experience in how online dating sites operate and which tricks they have up their sleeves. You come to SocialSex.com and see all these gorgeous women and they are actively messaging you. When you try to send someone a message, or try to read an email you’ve received – YOU CANNOT DO IT! The site redirects you to a different page where they ask you to choose a payment plan. Here are the offered choices:
- $34.95 for 1 month of subscription
- $69.95 for 3 months of subscription
- $149.99 for 1 year of subscription
- $1.95 for a 3 day trial period
- $29.95 for 1 month of subscription
- $19.98 for 3 months of subscription
4) Employees’ job is to string you along
Although it seems unbelievable, this is the absolute truth. SocialSex.com has a staff of employees whose job is to contact you and interact with you, for as long as they can keep the scam going and you can keep paying. In reality, the only real people on the site are you and the site’s employees who are just doing their job.
FROM THE TREMS OF USE: “ONLINE EMISSARIES may be employed by socialsex.com or a third party to enhance Your online experience.”
The verdict on SocialSex.com
SocialSex.com Contact Info
Addresses: Kitts Kat Marketing, PO Box 1058 Basseterre, St. Kitts, East Caribbean
Stallion.com FSC Limited 48, Constant Spring Rd Kingston 10, Jamaica
Kamparri Trading Limited, 42 Dositheou Street, Strovolos, Nicoisa 2028, Cyprus
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you feel that you have been the victim of this site’s scams or have been ripped off, you can contact the Better Business Bureau to file a complaint.